Lagos State Government Reopens Lekki Conservation Centre

Lagos State Government Reopens Lekki Conservation Centre

The Lagos state government has announced the date to reopen the popular Lagos tourism recreation destination, Lekki Conservation Centre. After completing the maintenance work ordered by the state government, the Lekki Conservation Centre will reopen on Friday, March 29, 2024.

The Special Adviser to the Governor on Tourism, Arts and Culture, Idris Aregbe, confirmed the date after an official visit to the Lekki Conversation Centre.

The statement partly read, “Following the completion of extensive routine maintenance works on the Lekki Conservation Centre, the Lagos State Government and the centre’s management have announced that the Walkway will be reopened for public use from Friday, March 29, 2024.

“Aregbe said that he was happy to see that all repairs and renovations on the facility, including the walkway, have been completed and would be accessible for tourism during the Easter celebration.

“The Special Adviser appreciated Lagosians and tourists across the world for their patience during the thorough maintenance works carried out at the Centre in Lekki.”

In a recent announcement, Professor Mathew Onoja, the Director-General of our esteemed Centre, expressed gratitude to the state government for promptly addressing concerns raised in a viral video circulating since December. He commended their swift action and ongoing efforts to ensure seamless repairs and renovations.

Lagos  Reopens Lekki Conservation Centre

Earlier this year, PUNCH reported that following the viral video’s circulation, the state government ordered the closure of our cherished tourist destination for necessary repairs. The video highlighted concerns about the state of the canopy walk bridge and other areas.

While the government clarified that repairs were already underway before the video surfaced, the Centre remains closed for additional routine maintenance. We appreciate the government’s commitment to preserving this natural gem.

Situated in Lagos, our Lekki Conservation Centre stands as a renowned nature reserve and one of Nigeria’s most beloved tourist attractions. Notably, it proudly boasts the longest canopy walkway in all of Africa.

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